Slow-Roasted Turkey Wings

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Slow-Roasted Turkey Wings are succulent and just fall off the bone. Try to eat just one of these wings bathed in a sweet and tart homemade cranberry sauce! An easy fall weeknight dinner idea everyone loves!

– 12 turkey wing flats wing tips removed (about 1/2 pound each, or wings and thighs) – ¼ cup oil (I used extra-virgin olive oil, use whatever oil you like) – 2 Tbsp. fresh thyme leaves chopped (or fresh sage) – 2 ½ tsp. sea salt – ½ tsp. ground black pepper – 1 cup unsalted broth vegetable or chicken – CRANBERRY SAUCE – 16 ounces of fresh cranberries 2 cups – 1 ½ cup of sugar – 1 cup water – one navel orange add the juice of 1/2 and cut the other 1/2 in chunks and add to the cranberry mixture in the pan – 1 sliver of fresh ginger (optional) about the size of a garlic clove, peeled


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Cook time: 3 hours

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12 wings


slow roasted

prep Time

20 min


What fresh herbs go best with turkey? In this slow roasted turkey wing recipe, we used fresh thyme. The other herbs you could use are: – rosemary – sage – parsley

How do I get crispy turkey wings? In order to get crispy wings, turn it to broil on low for the last few minutes of cooking time. Just be sure to keep an eye on the wings. Rotate the wings until they are crispy. Can I make this with canned cranberry sauce? Yes, if you don’t have fresh cranberries on hand, you could use a can of cranberry sauce. Use 1 (14-ounce) can whole cranberry sauce. In a small pot, stir together the cranberry sauce and a few tablespoons of water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer until thickened, about 10-15 minutes.


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